Ritholtz's Reads: Bill Gross, 'Shark Tank' and Food's Future
Good Saturday morning. Settle into a comfortable chair with a strong cup of joe and enjoy our long-form weekend reads:
- Forget GMOs. The Future of Food Is Data -- Mountains of It (Wired)
- Did Bill Gross Tip The Pop Machine Over? (A Wealth of Common Sense)
- 'Zombie' homes haunt Florida neighborhoods: Aborted foreclosures leave thousands of properties in legal limbo (Center for Public Integrity)
- Are we free? Neuroscience gives the wrong answer. (Prospect)
- Walter Isaacson: Where Innovation Comes From -- Today's biggest innovations are coming from the combination of human inspiration and computer-processing power (WSJ)
- Good for Business: Five Years in, What Does 'Shark Tank' Mean for America? (Grantland)
- A Shortcut to Comic Celebrity (NYT)
- Brooklyn's Baddest Cop: Louis Scarcella (GQ)
- Stepping off the Golden Gate Bridge (Priceonomics)
- The Little-Known Story of How The Shawshank Redemption Became One of the Most Beloved Films of All Time (Vanity Fair)
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